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Eating Your Way Through The Iconic Dishes In Sydney

Trying to impress your boss with a fancy dinner?

Look no further.

Sydney’s supper scenes are not defined by the latest or the greatest, but the joints and places that have stood the test of time. But when we go by cuisines, there are so many iconic dishes to indulge in this city that one feels spoilt for choice. And given that the buffet catering Sydney have improved largely in recent years, a lot of MNCs now depend on such agencies and services not only for award functions but on a day-to-day basis as well. And beside hygiene and good quality food, the companies also look for variety in the menu. Here’s a low down on some of the best and well-known cuisines to target in Sydney.

Thai

Thai food is one of the most widely loved cuisines in the world. A harmonious blend of western and eastern cultures, it is a cunning yet unembellished combination of sweet, salty, sour and bitter tastes. And it is hard not to eat well in Sydney especially when buying from the street vendors where there is always something new and exciting to be discovered. But if you’re looking for an aristocratic show-off, Sydney has a lot to offer in that arena as well. And from the general public opinion, Chat Thai is the best Thai restaurant in Sydney.

Afghan

The cuisine of the land-locked nation of Afghanistan is an amalgamation of two very different cuisines. We can’t fail to notice the geographic diversity with every bite of any ethnic Afghani dish. If you are in the region, trying the varied cuisine is a must.

Burmese

Armed with the Chinese and Indian influences, Myanmar has offered us a unique fusion of two very well-known cuisines in the world. The menu at Aunty Lo’s Kitchen includes Lahpet throat encompasses a host of dishes that are not available elsewhere.

Swedish

Swedish food is a whole lot more than the meatballs and chewy fish-shaped confectionaries we know about. The country’s extended winters have led to the birth of hearty stews and crispbread. And though the crispbread is only a side-dish, the Swedish (see what I did there? *winks*) generally reach out for it.

Don’t forget to ask for Cinnamon Bread at Mjølner, while you’re there.IraqiIraqi cuisine coincides with the Persian and the Turkish charcoal cooked meat, long-grained rice dishes and stews. Iraqi food has the reputation of being a culinary delight. You should try Abu Ali’s if you go for an Iraqi night.

While there’s a superfluity in restaurants and corporate catering Sydney, this is the compilation we find to be the best.

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